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Teaching numerical analysis

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: Teaching numerical analysis
  • From: MATHEWS at fullerton.edu
  • Date: 29 Jun 1993 15:09:25 -0800 (PST)

  I am trying to find colleagues who teach traditional numerical analysis
 using Mathematica.  Is there an interest in teaching students to program
in Mathematica, like generations past learned FORTRAN, Pascal, C?

  I have been developing supplemental materials for this traditional approach
for the teaching of numerical analysis.  They are coordinated with my
textbook:
"Numerical Methods: for Mathematics, Science and Engineering, 2nd, Edition.
If you are interested in these materials, please contact me directly.

Best Regards,

John Mathews
Prof. of Mathematics
Calif. State Univ. Fullerton
Fullerton, CA  92631
E-mail    mathews at fullerton.edu









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